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Reigo 'Fish' Ahven

I was born on 13th of March 1982 in Tallinn, Estonia. Began music studies on piano at the age of 6, drumset at the age of 12. Played the first professional gig in the age of 15. Studied in G.Ots Music School in Tallinn (drumset 1998-2000), University of Tartu (semiotics and culturology 2000-2003),Viljandi Culture Academy (drums & teaching), Sibelius Academy (Jazz drums 2005-2006), Estonian Music- and Theatre Academy (Jazz music, 2016-2018). Studied with Eno Kollom, Tanel Ruben, Jussi Lehtonen, Jukkis Uotila, Jimmy Cobb, Ari Hoenig, John Riley. Performed with Lenna, Koit Toome, Maarja, Ivo Linna, Karl-Erik Taukar and many international jazz musicians


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